Satellite services customers in the U.S. and abroad will have another source of "one-stop shopping" if Friday's announced merger of Hughes Communications Galaxy and PanAmSat clears U.S. government hurdles, officials of the two companies said. With Hughes' 10-satellite domestic Galaxy service joined to PanAmSat's four-satellite international operations, a customer can send his signal anywhere in the world on a single account number, Frederick A. Landman, named to head the new ...
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